Legacy High School
Legacy High School's Mission is to provide opportunities, expectations, and support for each student to achieve academic excellence. The partnership of staff, students, families, and the community will encourage individual integrity, personal growth, and enthusiasm for the future.
2701 West 136th Avenue, Broomfield, CO 80023
2701 West 136th Avenue, Broomfield, CO 80023
All Legacy staff have office phone numbers which all start with the same first nine digits. For a full staff contact list, click here. Main administration phone numbers are listed below.
|Lee Peters, Principal||720-972-6701|
|Mike Baumann, Assistant Principal||720-972-6706|
|Brendon Feddema, Assistant Principal/||720-972-6705|
|Kylie Russell, Assistant Principal/||720-972-6707|
Hover over administration pictures to view phone number and click on names to email.
Legacy High School will provide opportunities, expectations, and support for each student to achieve academic excellence. The partnership of staff, students, families, and the community will encourage individual integrity, personal growth, and enthusiasm for the future.
Legacy continues to be recognized as a high achieving, high growth high school by the Colorado Department of Education.
Legacy 2000 (L2K)
This is a rigorous four-year program designed to develop the tangible and intangible skills and experiences that assist students interested in preparing themselves for a career involving mathematics, science, and technology. The four-year course objectives include career and technology exploration, research practice, job shadowing, and a final project presentation. This project encapsulates real-world experience, professional codes of conduct, and adherence to the regulations and procedures inherent in successful companies.
Colorado State Department of Education College Preparatory through North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges Member, National Association of College Admissions Counselors
There are 2,144 students enrolled at Legacy High School, with a Senior Class size of 472 for the 2012 - 2013 school year.
Located in Broomfield, Colorado, Legacy is a public high school for grades nine through twelve. The Adams 12 Five Star School District serves over 42,000 students. It is located northwest of Denver in an economically diverse suburb.
Legacy High School operates within a semester schedule and offers block and single period classes.
Legacy High School was founded in 2000 as a secondary school based on the belief that all students are provided with opportunities and support to be able to achieve a academic excellence.
2011-2012 School Year
|# of Grads||Plans||%|
|284||4 year college||64%|
|51||2 year college||11%|
67 students were offered scholarships.
|Average per student||$74,429.25|
- 78% of the 2012 graduating class enrolled in post secondary education.
- The average ACT score for juniors was 22.4. The 2011/2012 state average is 20.
All juniors take the ACT in the state of Colorado.
- 491 students wrote 878 AP exams. 62% of test scores were 3 and above.
- AP courses are open to all students who meet the prerequisite requirements.
Step 1: Pick up the enrollment packet from one of our school locations or download the forms from our District website. (Adams12.org)
Step 2: Drop off all required records to the Legacy High School Counseling Office.
Required Records: Enrollment packet, two current proofs of residency (Excel bill, water bill, etc.), grades, transcript, immunization records, birth certificate, attendance record, and behavior record. We also need a copy of parent´s driver´s license.
Step 3: All new enrollments are reviewed by the dean´s office.
Step 4: Legacy will complete the enrollment process by setting up an appointment with a counselor to obtain the class schedule.
Legacy High School acknowledges its students' conduct, character, and achievement reflect the effectiveness of the school. Legacy High School students will:
- Accept responsibility for their learning, decisions, and actions
- Set challenging goals and exhibit a strong work ethic to achieve them
- Work together cooperatively, respect diversity, and appreciate democratic values
- Contribute to school and community
Legacy High School recognizes the importance of providing all students with a coherent and viable curriculum. The curriculum is:
- Sequenced and aligned both vertically and horizontally to ensure academic growth from grade to grade and subject to subject.
- Based on district and state standards that identify essential content.
- Assessed to ensure quality learning and to inform teachers and teams regarding curricular and instructional decision-making.
- Reflective of the school's belief in seeking out and implementing best practices.
- Designed to establish effective articulation with affiliated schools and post-secondary institutions.
Legacy High School recognizes the importance of establishing effective partnerships with its extended community. These partnerships will:
- Provide the means for two-way communication in order to exchange information and feedback.
- Encourage the community to participate in the daily life of the school and demonstrate its support for the school's mission, vision, commitments , and goals.
- Facilitate the involvement of parents/guardians in the education of their students.
Legacy High School operates on the principle that a quality staff creates a quality school. The staff will:
- Operate on the premise that all students can achieve when held to high expectations.
- Actively support the mission, vision, commitments, and goals of the school.
- Model life-long learning..
- Maintain open and honest communication in order to sustain a professional and collaborative environment on a consistent and formal basis.
- Closely monitor the academic progress of all students and respond with necessary support.
Legacy High School recognizes that a successful environment encompasses both the physical setting and the climate of the school. Legacy High School will:
- Maintain an emotionally and physically safe environment.
- Operate in an orderly, purposeful, professional environment.
- Celebrate the efforts and achievements of students and staff.
- Maintain the physical facilities to meet the needs of the students and the community.
- Monitor, respond to, and assist students in a fair and consistent manner.